raspa translation | Spanish-English dictionary

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raspa

  
      sf  
1      (Bot)   [+de cebada]   beard  
[+de uva]  
stalk
2    [+de pez]   (=espina)   fishbone  
(=espinazo)  
backbone
3    *   (=persona irritable)   grouch *  
4    *   (=persona delgada)   beanpole *  , string bean   (EEUU)   *  
5      (LAm)  
*   (=reprimenda)   scolding, telling-off *  , ticking-off *  
6      (Caribe, Méx)   (=azúcar)   brown sugar
7      (Cono Sur)   (=herramienta)   rasp
8    ni de raspa        (Andes)   (=de ninguna manera)   under no circumstances, no way *     
9      (CAm, Méx)   (=burla)   joke
10      (LAm)   (=chusma)   riffraff
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
See also:

raspar, raspada, raspado, raspear

Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
exp.
no way
[Latam] Andes
exp.
under no circumstances
[Latam] Andes
exp.
this wine is rough on your throat
exp.
this jumper scratches my neck
exp.
a fishbone got stuck in my throat
exp.
this towel is rough
"raspa": examples and translations in context
Así que raspa el hollín fuera de nuestras ventanas y nos dirigimos a nuestro próximo desafiar diez millas de distancia. So we scraped the soot off our windows and headed to our next challenge ten miles away.
¿Quieres sentarte en el banco porque raspa la rodilla? Do you want to sit on the bench because you scraped your knee?
Por favor raspa los platos en la basura. Please scrape the plates in the garbage.
Raspa, raspa, chilla, chilla. Scrape, scrape, screech, screech.
Usted raspa mi superficie y yo rasparé la suya. You scratch my surface, I'll scratch yours.
En la superficie, Kosta se ve como cualquier otro político, pero raspa la superficie y hay un jugoso centro criminal. On the surface, Kosta looks like any other politician, but scratch the surface and there's a chewy criminal center.
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